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Conflationary Consequences in Contemporary Atheisms

In today’s post, Terrell Carver reflects on our atheisms series, noting the ways in which conflation occurs across different concepts in public atheist discourses and the risks, challenges and strategies this raises for analysing as well as engaging with atheisms in contemporary global politics and public life. 1,807 more words

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Waging the War we Are

“We wage the war we are.”

I probably use this quote from W. H. Auden more than any other, in this venue and also in my day to day life.  482 more words

Religion And Spirituality

We are all Special

We are all different individuals with a large variety of tastes. If we look closer, the similarities become a lot lesser in number and this lack of similarities will assure each one of us that we have our own personalities. 738 more words


Question of a Million

There is one question which has been commonly asked during talks – What if you had a million dollars? Before converting into rupees, that didn’t provide me that shock which was needed. 795 more words


Press Ombudsman: Ian O'Doherty was "factually inaccurate" on Palestinian Solidarity Movement

A vindication for the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS), and particularly the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) as the Press Ombudsman rules that a hatchet job piece by the… 466 more words


Media Violence: Excitement, Disgust, and Morality

This was inspired by Lorenzo‘s recent blog post on Sicario, which I highly recommend reading. The ideas presented here on “difficult questions” and moral ambiguity are indebted to it and his other writings. 2,892 more words


British India: Empire, Ideology & Race - Joseph Barker

Joseph Barker is History editor at Sonder. He is a final year History undergraduate at The University of Manchester, where he is also Head of Marketing for the  2,276 more words